transFORM: What’s New, What’s Next 2016

"Tackling the Trend – Living Large in Tiny Homes & Micro Apartments"; WNWN, Thursday, September 22nd from 2-9pm; NYDC - 200 Lexington Ave. Suite 708 New York, NY

New York, NY, September 18, 2016 --( Join transFORM and their Media Sponsor Aspire Metro Magazine, at the New York Design Center’s highly anticipated event, What’s New, What’s Next on Thursday, September 22nd from 2pm-9pm. transFORM will be displaying their new multifunctional Men's Apartment, which includes a horizontal wall bed, custom wardrobe & dual-purpose desk.

8th Annual What’s New, What’s Next Event
transFORM, 200 Lexington Ave. Suite 708
Thursday, September 22nd from 2-9pm
Chocolate, Coffee & Art from 3-4pm
Smart Design Solutions Presentation 7:45pm

Featured in Desert Oak and Dusk Frake from Shinnoki and finished with Red Port High Gloss and Black Leather accents, transFORM’s newest installation features an array of custom cabinetry for added storage. transFORM’s horizontal wall bed provides comfort, convenience and charm without sacrificing valuable square footage. The convertible design makes it simple to fold out the bed and tuck it back away when not in use. A wall bed is a perfect addition to any spot that doubles as a guest room or has a limited amount of floor space.

Also on display is a custom built-in wardrobe system, which was designed to accommodate the homeowner’s clothes, style and space. Hanging sections allow enough elevation to conveniently organize items based on size while shelving and drawers provide access and organization for items you would like to have seen, and those you would like to have stowed away.

Finally, transFORM’s dual purpose desk doubles as a modern sideboard and functional working space. With advanced European hardware, transFORM was able to design a full-length table that extends from a single drawer in the desk, a smart solution for compact urban living. Concealed telescoping hardware allows the homeowner to effortlessly convert the desk into a table in seconds. transFORM focuses on helping people in the Metropolitan Area maximize space and recognize the benefits of having custom designed cabinetry - be it a dedicated room or just a nook.

transFORM's Design Research and Product Development Director, Daniel Steps, will begin his presentation on smart design solutions at 7:45pm. This will be a preview into the future of smart living in small urban spaces.

Learn how new advanced hardware and materials are creating exciting designs that maximize space and function in compact apartments.

Recharged, Refreshed & Inspired: Chocolate, Coffee & Art at transFORM, Suite 708 from 3-4pm during WNWN.

With so many exciting activities, you’ll be feigning for an energy boost - stop by suite 708 for an awesome afternoon of chocolate, coffee and art. Sarah Endline and her company Sweet Riot, makes all natural healthy chocolate treats and snacks in a socially responsible way. She will be providing delectable chocolates from 3-4pm. In addition, transFORM Gallery will be serving certified organic Grounds For Change coffee, a Washington State coffee roaster specializing in 100% Fair Trade. This delicious and sustainable combination will keep you recharged and refreshed as you continue on through the New York Design Center’s building wide events.

As you enjoy your sweet treats, International photographer Jean Luc Mege will be hosting an informal talk centered around his high-end, premium composite acrylic glass photographs, which are currently on display at transFORM art gallery.

About What’s New What’s Next

The New York Design Center presents its eighth annual What’s New, What’s Next, a showcase of new ideas, design, materials, and products. The most anticipated interior design event of the season will boast presentations, book signings, and panel discussions with the industry’s top editors, designers, and manufacturers.

In addition to the stimulating programs surrounding the latest trends, guests have the opportunity to view new product introductions ranging from residential to contract, rugs to lighting, sofas to tiles, ultra-modern to traditional, and everything in between. What’s New, What’s Next celebrates every facet of the design industry generating a buzz that can’t be missed.

About transFORM

transFORM creates custom closets, dressing rooms, home offices, libraries, wall units, pantries, media centers, mudrooms, utility rooms, playrooms, garages, and more. A transFORM designer will work with you at a complimentary in-home consultation to create a one-of-a-kind design that provides space and organization for your home. We design, manufacture, and install all of our products to ensure that they are truly customized to your needs. transFORM your space and live more comfortably. In addition to our Manhattan Showroom, our products can be seen at our showrooms in Brooklyn and New Rochelle.

For more information call (212) 584-9580 or visit

About transFORM Gallery
transFORM Gallery presents diverse and eclectic exhibitions of original artwork in Manhattan and New Rochelle, NY. Our artfully curated exhibitions provide visitors with the opportunity to discover a variety of mediums from painting and sculpture to mixed media and graphic arts. Artists come to transFORM from throughout the world and our neighboring communities in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey to present their artwork for homeowners and interior designers to find pieces to enhance their interiors. transFORM Gallery provides a window into the artists’ process and inspirations to create connections between the feeling of the artists and the viewer.

For more information, visit, call 914.500.1000, email, or visit us at the NYDC 200 Lexington Ave. Suite 708 New York, NY 10016 Mon – Fri from 9am – 6pm or at 20 Jones St. New Rochelle, NY 10801, Monday-Friday 9am-6pm and Saturday 10am-4pm.
Donovan Malloy
(914) 500-1014